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Published: Feb 24, 2009
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Video: Website TMZ Defends $62K Rihanna Photograph
by Mitch Marconi managing editor Harvey Levin is defending his Web site's right to post a leaked police photo of singer Rihanna taken after the alleged attack upon her by Chris Brown. The photo leak of  has sparked an internal LAPD investigation.

In an interview with Fox News (see video here), Levin, who reportedly paid $62,500 for the picture, expresses doubt that the video is actually a piece of evidence in the LAPD's investigation. Defending TMZ's use of the image, he said, "The picture really tells such a powerful story."

As for Rihanna, she has released a statement thanking fans for their support, following the publication of the picture.

The statement reads, "At the request of the authorities, Rihanna is not commenting about the incident involving Chris Brown. She wants to assure her fans that she remains strong, is doing well, and deeply appreciates the outpouring of support she has received during this difficult time."

Brown was charged with making criminal threats following the incident and faces jail time if convicted. (c) WENN

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